Our research groups
We use molecular biology to answer questions in basic and applied research. Biochemical processes studied range from protein synthesis and folding to ribozyme catalysis. Medical problems under investigation include amyloid formation, antibiotic resistance, tuberculosis and malaria. We are also developing biotechnology and synthetic biology.
The molecular biology program is lead by Professor Anthony Forster and consists of six research groups. For more information on research projects, click on the websites of these groups.
- Chattopadhyaya, Jyoti, professor emeritus - RNA-directed therapeutics and diagnostics
- Ehrenberg, Måns, senior professor - protein synthesis - mechanisms to systems biology
- Forster, Anthony, program leader - Synthetic biology, protein synthesis & drug discovery
- Johansson, Magnus: Bacterial protein synthesis using biochemical and single-molecule fluorescence methods
- Kirsebom, Leif - RNA catalysis and mycobacteria
- Sanyal, Suparna - protein synthesis & protein folding - mechanisms, disease and biotechnology